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Community CPR Classes CPR Class

Knowing CPR and First Aid skills empowers you to help someone in need. CPR is an important skill that everyone should learn. You never know when you may need this skill to help a stranger or to save someone you know and love.

The City of Ontario Fire Department now offers American Heart Association (AHA) Heartsaver® CPR AED (Part 1) online and AHA Heartsaver® First Aid CPR AED (Part 1) online, to citizens and business at a nominal charge.

Instructions

  • To register, click on this link and fill out the registration form.
  • Your registration form can be emailed to Nvalenci@ci.ontario.ca.us, mailed or hand carried to the Ontario Fire Department Administration Office.
  • Payment for the class can be made in person, called in to pay with your credit card or mailed with your registration form to:

    Ontario Fire Department
    Administration Office
    425 East B Street
    Ontario, CA 91764 

    909-395-2002


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    Office hours are Monday–Thursday from 7:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

     

     

    • Cost is $40 for CPR AED or $65 for First Aid CPR AED
    • Once you pay for the course a key code will be issued to you.
    • Then go to https://ontariofd.myonlineaha.org to register for your class.
    • Enter your key code. 
    • You are now ready to take your online class.
    • Once the course is completed and you have successfully passed the
      exam, print out your official AHA certificate of completion. You will
      need to bring it to the Part II session.

    Regulations

    • The online course will take approximately two hours to complete.
    • You can review the course as many times as you like before taking
      the exam.
    • All students have access to their CPR course for up to one year
      once the key code is activated. 
    • A score of 85% is needed to pass the exam.
    • All students will be offered a second chance to take the exam if unsuccessful on the first try.
    • After taking the exam you have 60 days to complete Part II.

    Part II

    • Sign-up for a skills session.
    • Skills sessions will take approximately one to one and a half hours
      depending on the amount of students.
    • Once completed and signed off by your AHA Instructor, your AHA
      card will be processed.
    • In approximately one to two weeks your card will arrive in the
      mail to the address you provided.
    • The location for the skills sessions will be Fire Station 3, located at 1408 E. Francis Street Ontario, CA 91761.

    To sign-up for a skills session, contact Nancy Valencia at nvalenci@ci.ontario.ca.us, 909-395-2533 or the Fire Department Administrative Office at 909-395-2002 during regular business hours, Monday–Thursday, 7:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Skills sessions are offered the third Saturday of every month, January through October. Last day to sign-up would be the Thursday before the class date.

     

     

     

     

     

Last updated: 11/21/2013 5:14:18 PM